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How to Treat Frequent Sinus Infections

As a breath health specialist, I find myself treating patients with chronic sinusitis and frequent sinus infections. Not only are sinus infections miserable, but they also contribute to the bacteria-friendly environment that results in severe halitosis. Symptoms of sinus infections include headache, low grade fever, ear fullness, facial pressure, fatigue, bad breath, a foul taste…

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How to Stop Morning Breath

Morning breath is an unfortunate fact of life. It affects everyone to some degree. Even individuals who have never struggled with halitosis will most likely have offensive breathe first thing in the morning. And while there are things that can exasperate bad morning breath such as medical conditions, medications, diet and lifestyle, morning breath is…

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Bad Breath and Kissing

If you’ve ever read online dating forums or advice columns or advice columns you know bad breath can be a deal breaker when it comes to first dates. This is why singles suffering from halitosis are often anxious on the first date. First kisses are nerve wracking enough without having to worry about halitosis. If…

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The Reality Behind the Bad Breath Myths

Last week we discussed common misconceptions that our culture perpetuates regarding chronic bad breath, or halitosis. This week we’ll review those five myths and go into the reality behind them and how to remedy bad breath knowing those myths. Myth 1: Mouthwash eliminates severe bad breathDespite common rumors about mouthwash being the quick fix to…

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Top 5 Bad Breath Myths Debunked

Unfortunately for those struggling with chronic halitosis, or anyone who simply wants to get rid of bad breath, there are some prevalent misleading myths on the topic. These myths have been perpetuated for many years throughout our culture, so they can be difficult to dispel, but this blog post series hopes to do just that.Maybe…

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The Center for Breath Treatment Opens Second Location

The Center for Breath Treatment is proud to announce a new location for our halitosis clinic. You will now be able to receive halitosis treatment at 2999 Regent Street, Berkeley, CA., just 10 minutes east of San Francisco. The Center for Breath Treatment’s new location offers state-of-the-art technology, private treatment rooms, and convenient parking. One…

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